Samsung announces latest Galaxy A cell phones, but they won’t arrive any time soon
good-looking specifications, but no Marshmallow
Samsung’s new Galaxy A7, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 have just been declared, but there is going to be pretty a long wait to get your hands on them.
A long wait starts
The handsets are earliest arriving at Britain but not until Apr 2016, and the larger world could have got to wait a while longer as well. Samsung has stated it’s going to be ‘ widened to overseas trading markets ‘, which could mean a kick off even after April the coming year.
At a minimum the specifications are half-decent: the top-of-the-line Galaxy A7 offers a 5.5-inch FHD Super Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode display, a 1.6Gigahertz octa-core processor chip, 3Gigabyte of Random access memory and then a 3,300mAh battery.
The middle class sister of the coming year’s A family is the Galaxy A5 which has a 5.2-inch FHD display screen, 1.6 Gigahertz octa-core cpu, 2Gigabyte of RAM along with a 2,900mAh lipo battery.
The Galaxy A5 has a finger marks sensing unit in the home press button of the smart-phone
After that there is the smallest member (no more sniggering behind…), the Samsung galaxy A3, employing a 4.7in . 720p display with a 1.5GHz quad-core central processing unit, 1.5 Gigabyte of RAM coupled with a 2,300mAh lipo battery.
All three mobile handsets are running Android 5.1 Lollipop software program, which is a shame while we would assume it to launch with Android 6 Marshmallow given Samsung will have had the platform for a few months at that point.
Samsung’s Galaxy A3 is the tiniest of the new line up
All are as well carrying a 13MP back end camera and a 5Mega pixel selfie camera, along with 16Gigabytes of inner storage on each (and don’t forget microSD enable approximately 128GB) and Samsung’s speedy charging functionality on both the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5.
The A5 and A7 will certainly enable Samsung Pay mobile phone payments on account of the finger print sensor included in the phones.
The bizarre thing is that launch date though, due to the fact April is a long way off and we have both CES and MWC in between from time to time.
Gossip show the Galaxy S7 will likely be publicised at some stage in February, consequently we could even recognize the flagship mobile out on the roads prior to this new range.